Real Estate CE – Continuing Education For Real Estate Professionals

Real Estate CE is the ongoing education that real estate professionals need to maintain their licenses and practice in their fields. It includes mandatory and elective courses and usually is required for your state license renewal. McKissock Learning offers a wide variety of real estate continuing education options to help you stay compliant with your state’s requirements, with flexible course formats that meet your schedule and learning style. Our options include self-paced online courses and instructor-led livestream classes. Learn from industry experts who write and teach your courses.

When choosing a Real Estate CE continuing education provider, make sure you choose one that is accredited and offers courses that align with your state’s pre-licensing and licensing requirements. You also want to look for a school with a proven track record in the real estate industry and a high customer satisfaction rating. Our partners, Colibri Real Estate and The CE Shop, both have outstanding track records and top customer ratings.

The CE Shop offers a 5-Day risk-free trial and two guarantees that you will pass your state pre-licensing exam. They have a variety of online course offerings with lesson content that is continually updated to reflect changes in the law and the real estate market. They offer a mix of text, images, and videos along with revolutionary practice exercises to make the material come to life. Students can learn on their own, in a group, or with their mentors. They also have a number of other unique features, including the ability to earn a free CE credit for passing your pre-licensing exam and a money back guarantee for their real estate courses.

Arizona requires 24 hours of CE for agents and 30 hours for brokers. The rules vary by license level and the specific topics that are required for each. For more information on Arizona’s CE requirements, see the Arizona Department of Real Estate website.

In New York, all salespersons and brokers must complete 22.5 CE credits every two years for their license to remain active. The CE courses that are needed for each license type and year may differ, but the overall requirements are the same. Our New York partners, Real Estate U and 360training, both have a wide range of packages available that will fulfill your NY CE requirements.

Oklahoma requires real estate professionals to complete 30 CE hours with a requirement of 12 hours in mandatory topics each year. Both real estate salespersons and brokers need to have a 3-hour core course and can fulfill the rest of their requirements with approved electives.

Pennsylvania real estate agents must have 16 hours of CE every three years, which includes a 3-hour core course and 3 hours of ethics. Our partner, Real Estate University, has a number of packages for both salespersons and brokers that will fulfill your CE requirements.

If you are a first-time licensee, you will need to complete 30 CE credits for your salesperson or broker license, which must include an 8-hour real estate law update and 4-hour ethics course. You can find all of the approved courses on our partner’s website, 360training.

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